Nepal at a Glance
Day 1 : Kathmandu
You will be received at the airport for the commencement of your tour. You are directly taken to the hotel and the check in formalities is dealt with. Kathmandu is the cultural and political nucleus of Nepal and its capital. After checking in, you can spend the rest of the time at leisure, in the comfort of the hotel. Later you can retire, anticipating for the next day.
Day 2 : Pashupatinath temple
In the morning, you visit the Pashupatinath temple which is considered very sacred and presents the Hindu culture in Nepal. You will get to see the Hindu saddhus praying and cremate along the banks of the River Baghmati. You then proceed to Bouddhanath, one of the blessed shrines for the Buddhists in Nepal. Many Buddhists make a pilgrimage to this spot. You then leave for Patan or Lalitpur, this region is separated from Kathmandu by the Bahmati river and is more beautiful.
Day 3 : Kathmandu -Nagarkot via Bhaktapur
You head towards Nagarkot which is one and a half hours drive away east of the city. The main characteristic of the place is its location, of 2,174 meters and offers a magnificent view of the ranges including the Mt Everest. On the way up to Nagarkot, you stop by Bhaktapur, it seems like the city is still stuck in the medieval era. The traditional handicrafts are practiced here, it is home to ancient constructions like the Golden Gate, Palace of fifty five windows and temples. You halt the night at Nagarkot, hotel as the day ends.